Grade II Listed property dates to an original stone mansion built in c.1870 and was the former home of Victorian Bollington industrialist, Joseph Brook jnr.
The mansion was sympathetically converted to a hotel in c.1960 and features one and 2-storey additions to the side and rear of original
The entrance to the hotel is in the former mansion and features an elaborate hall and an oak stairwell with a glass dome. There are conferencing and events space situated on the ground floor with 5 en-suite bedrooms on the first floor. The restaurant lies on the ground floor of the extension with the further 54 en-suite bedrooms on the first floor.
The guest accommodation comprises of 59 bedrooms equipped with flat-screen TVs, unlimited WiFi access, tea and coffee facilities, ironing facilities, and complimentary toiletries.
Hollin House Restaurant provides xx-covers and caters for a-la-carte dining as well as Afternoon Tea and Sunday Lunch services. The Bar at Hollin House also caters for a snack menu.
Available upon request.